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Booking stylishly decorated private residences as alternatives to sets and studios is a growing niche in the short-term rental market.
As interest in short-term rental properties has risen over recent years, so too has interest in an even shorter-term rental opportunity: Booking private residences by the hour as alternatives to traditional sets and studios.
Despite forecasts of an economic downturn, media executives are signaling they’ll try to stay the course strategically — but for how long?
As JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon warns of an economic “hurricane” headed this way, most media and entertainment companies have yet to take cover.
Creating an independent film is no easy task and launching a film without the support of a big banner production company is a feat all passionate filmmakers hope to achieve.
Hence, in addition to focusing on the screenplay and cinematography, you should also attempt to focus on your film’s promotional activities. Without a good promotion strategy, you would be setting up your film for failure and given below are six ways you can promote your indie film production:
When it comes to creating a sustainable future, the Media and Entertainment industry may not be top of mind as an entity that needs to take action. Yet film and television production—and high-def movies consumed on streaming apps—produce a significant carbon-footprint. As Media and Entertainment strives to delight the next generation of consumers, smart technology with real-time insight will play a large role in actively eliminating carbon emissions and reducing the carbon-footprint.
Bigger, better, fewer. That is the refrain inside Netflix that feature film executives, led by division chief Scott Stuber, are grappling to operate under as the digital streaming giant changes course and confronts new realities, such as lagging subscriber growth (it lost 200,000 subs in its latest quarter) and rising competition (Disney’s bundle of Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ now has 205 million subs combined, just behind Netflix’s 221 million global subs).